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Use Hugin to align the images

Posted by: Administrator on May 25, 2007 10:19 PM
You can use panoramic tools like Hugin/Panotools to align all the images very accurately, including remapping to different lenses and distortion-corrections to cope with slight changes of distance. Save the output as multiple TIFF files (rather than combining them together directly using enblend) and then use a tool like this to perform the tone mapping.

<a href="http://hugin.sf.net/" title="sf.net">http://hugin.sf.net/</a sf.net>

Cheers,
Toby Haynes

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